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Arts and Cultural events
 August 2011
Tuesday 30
17:00 - CANCELLED - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - Student Research Seminar Presentations Website | More Information
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.



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Co-ordinated by Associate Professor Victoria Rogers, School of Music, UWA these seminars are presented by the School’s honours-level students.

 September 2011
Thursday 01
13:10 - PERFORMANCE - Free Lunchtime Concert: Double Bellissimo Website | More Information
Dr. Alan Lourens presents works on his 1934 Elkhart Conn Double Belled Euphonium.

Works by Jan Bach, Arthur Remington and others.

20:00 - PERFORMANCE - School of Music: Music Students' Society - Contemporary Music Concert More Information
The UWA Music Students' Society presents an evening of contemporary works performed by UWA music students.
Tuesday 06
17:00 - CANCELLED - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - Student Research Seminar Presentations Website | More Information
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.



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Co-ordinated by Associate Professor Victoria Rogers, School of Music, UWA these seminars are presented by the School’s honours-level students.
Thursday 08
16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar Series Semester 2 2011 : Excavations at Thmuis, a Greco-Roman City in the Nile Delta, Egypt More Information
Tell Timai, a Tell site in the eastern Nile Delta, comprises the remains of the ancient city of Thmuis. First established in the 5th century BC, Thmuis developed into an important administrative centre, first for the Ptolemaic and then later for the Roman rulers of Egypt. In 2007 a team from the University of Hawaii commenced archaeological investigation of the site and annual field seasons have followed since then. This seminar outlines results of this field work, concentrating primarily on the 2011 field season.

Sunday 11
15:00 - PERFORMANCE - School of Music Concert: Keyed Up! GALA Concert and Cocktail Party Website | More Information
Nikolai Demidenkos passionate pianism is in demand worldwide. Russian born and trained, Demidenko has steadily built an international career of the highest calibre, playing concertos with many of Europes greatest orchestras and conductors, and playing a landmark series of recitals in Londons Wigmore Hall.

Nikolai Demidenko has a flourishing relationship with the St. Petersburg Philharmonic and Yuri Temirkanov. He also enjoys a fruitful collaboration with several Russian artists; a cello and piano duo with Leonid Gorokhov; piano quartets with the exciting new Hermitage String Trio; and a two piano partnership with Dmitri Alexeev.

In 2011, the UWA School of Music and The Government House Foundation acknowledge their relationship with Snadens in their 90th year.

After the performance please join us for a cocktail party with Demidenko and other invited guests in the newly refurbished Government House Ballroom.

Tickets available from BOCS: https://www.bocsticketing.com.au/whats-on/339/keyed-up-gala-concert---nikolai-demidenko-/
Tuesday 13
17:00 - CANCELLED - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - Student Research Seminar Presentations More Information
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.



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Co-ordinated by Associate Professor Victoria Rogers, School of Music, UWA, these seminars are presented by the School’s honours-level students.
Thursday 15
10:00 - EVENT - Performing Old Emotions on the New Fortune Stage Website | More Information
A three day event bringing together early modern theatre historians to discuss and perform 'old emotions on the New Fortune stage'. It includes a free performance of Shakespeare's 1 Henry IV, directed by Dr Rob Conkie (La Trobe), at 2pm on Friday 16th September on the New Fortune stage.

RSVP essential for catering purposes. [email protected]

14:00 - EVENT - Talk and poetry reading: As is Painting, so is Poetry. : Discussion on the perceived relationship between painting and poetry by leading WA poets. Website | More Information
Assoc. Prof. Glen Phillips (ECU) and John Ryan, PhD candidate (ECU) examine the relationship between painting and poetry through a discussion of two works from the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery's current exhibition, Recent Part: Sydney Nolan's 'The Snake' and 'Flower panels [Paradise Garden]'. Thursday 15 September, 2.00-3.30pm.
Friday 16
13:00 - SEMINAR - Guest Seminar: Prof Gerald O'Collins SJ : 'The Case of Philip Pullman' More Information
This year's St Thomas More College Chair of Jesuit Studies, Professor Gerald O'Collins SJ AC, will examine the impact of Philip Pullman's popular adaptations of the life of Christ. Professor O'Collins is widely regarded as one of Australia's leading theologians, having taught at the Gregorian University for more than thirty years, and with more than 55 publications to his name, including a recent volume, 'Philip Pullman's Jesus'. Professor O'Collins was made a Companion of the Order of Australia in 2006. The St Thomas More College Chair of Jesuit Studies is a joint initiative between the University of Western Australia, the University of Notre Dame Australia, and St Thomas More College.

19:00 - PERFORMANCE - School of Music Concert: Artistry! 5 - Shakespeare and Song Website | More Information
Shakespeare and Song: Depictions of Shakespearean Emotions in Arias and Song Artistry!

This exciting program draws on verse by Shakespeare presented both in spoken and sung recitation to explore early modern as well as contemporary understandings of human emotion: passion, hate, joy, sorrow, anger and fear.

A star-studded cast of professional operatic singers together with actors from the Australian Shakespeare Festival and Shakespeare WA combine forces in this cutting-edge and exciting evening.

This program collaborates with the newly launched Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of the Emotions (Europe, 1100-1800).

For lovers of Shakespeare, drama and music, this is a unique opportunity. Experience the way in which the colour of Shakespeare, the composers and the performing artists combine to great effect.

Take the opportunity to meet the artists afterwards and discuss the history of human emotions as explored in their artistic lives and practice.

Tickets available from BOCS: https://www.bocsticketing.com.au/whats-on/353/artistry-5-the-power-of-music-shakespeare-and-song/

19:00 - PERFORMANCE - Four Funerals in one Day : A comedy about death that celebrates life Website | More Information
As part of SolarisCare Foundation's 10th Anniversary a play by Alan Hopgood in conjunction with Molly Carlile will be performed at UWA Octagon Theatre.
Sunday 18
19:15 - PERFORMANCE - Chapels of St. Mary's by Candlelight : UWA Winthrop Singers with St Mary's Cathedral Choir Website | More Information
The UWA Winthrop Singers and the St Mary's Cathedral Choir will perform a number of sacred works at St Mary's Cathedral on Sunday the 18th of September.

Works include Allegri's Miserere and Gabrieli's Magnificat, and new works that utilise spatial separation in the rich cathedral acoustic.

The concert starts at 7.15pm Tickets are available from https://www.bocsticketing.com.au/whats-on/245/st-marys-cathedral-concert-series---concert-4-chapels-of-st-marys-by-candlelight-180/
Tuesday 20
18:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - An Institute of Advanced Studies Power of Music Public Lecture Website | More Information
Emotional communication in song and speech

Professor Bill Thompson is one of the world’s foremost scholars in the area of music psychology. Together with other researchers he has demonstrated that emotional communication is a multimodal process that operates similarly in both music and speech. This lecture presents his recent research on the processes involved in vocal emotional communication, including analyses of acoustic cues used by singers and speakers to express emotions, examination of facial expressions used during emotional communication, and investigations of sensitivity to emotional speech among individuals with musical impairments (amusia).

Winthrop Professor Jane Davidson, Callaway/Tunley Chair of Music at The University of Western Australia, and extensively published scholar in the area of music psychology, will give a response to Professor Thompson’s lecture.

A short musical performance will be included as part of this event.
Tuesday 27
17:00 - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - Works for performer and live electronics Website | More Information
Christopher Tonkin, Associate Lecturer, School of Music, UWA and a leading composer discusses some of his recent works.
Wednesday 28
12:30 - FREE LECTURE - Paintings and Emotion: The stuff of mind and spirit : Lecture by Winthrop Prof. Jane Davidson, Callaway/Tunley Chair of Music, Program Leader of the ARC Centre for Excellence for the History of Emotions. Website | More Information
Professor Davidson will examine works from the UWA collection which form the current exhibition, Recent Past, interrogating her emotional responses to the works.

 October 2011
Saturday 01
19:30 - CONCERT - Genesis of a Requiem : Mozart's Inspiration More Information
Mozart's Requiem has an almost mystical status within the canon of Classical choral music. The Perth Undergraduate Choral Society (PUCS) is delighted to present "Genesis of a Requiem," a concert which explores two masterworks which were among the key influences on Mozart's composition: Michael Haydn's Requiem in C Minor, and Handel's Funeral Anthem for Queen Caroline. PUCS is thrilled to welcome back distinguished soprano Katja Webb, who returns to Perth for this concert along with performances with WA Opera in November. The concert also features the outstanding Fremantle Chamber Orchestra, and soloists Caitlin Cassidy, Andrew Sutherland and Thomas Friberg.

In January 1772, a 15 year old Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart participated in the performance of a Requiem Mass for the Archbishop of Salzburg, Sigismund Graf von Schrattenbach. Wolfgang's father Leopold Mozart held the position of deputy Kapellmeister (director of music), and the recognised prodigy Wolfgang frequently performed as a part of the court orchestra. The Requiem for the Archbishop was composed by Johann Michael Haydn (younger brother of Josef Haydn), who was Kapellmeister at the time, and whom had had a close association with the Archbishop. The profoundly moving work was no doubt heavily influenced by the death of Haydn's infant daughter early in 1771.

Michael Haydn's Requiem had a profound impact on the young Mozart, who made extensive use of themes from the Requiem in his own compositions. Twenty years later, when Mozart was commissioned to compose his own Requiem, he used the Michael Haydn work as a model for its structure, as well as revisiting many of Haydn's themes and ideas in his own work. Listeners familiar with the Mozart Requiem will be astonished by the parallels and common themes between the two works.

Mozart also modelled much of his liturgical writing after another master composer, George Frideric Handel. For the Requiem, he naturally turned to Handel's own funeral compositions, including an elaborate Anthem for the Funeral of Queen Caroline in 1737. Mozart's familiar opening introit is based extensively on the opening chorus of Handel's anthem (a fact which was acknowledged by Mozart himself).

The two masterpieces on the program are surprisingly neglected - the performance of the Handel Anthem will be the first in Western Australia, and the performance of the Haydn Requiem may be only the second.

Tickets will be available at the door, via BOCS online, at their ticket outlets or by phone 9484 1133
Sunday 02
10:00 - EVENT - Perth Upmarkets : Perth Upmarket is Perth’s premier quarterly market for original and handcrafted wares Website | More Information
Perth Upmarket is Perth’s premier quarterly market for original and handcrafted wares. The market brings together over 150 of Perth’s most talented artists, designers, craftsmen and gourmets all under one roof at the University of Western Australia’s Winthrop Hall. Incorporating a dedicated Junior Upmarket and Gourmet section. Parking and entry are free and the venue is easily accessible. Two ATMs onsite.
Tuesday 04
11:30 - PUBLIC TALK - 7 Minute Speeches : Four panelists from culture and the arts are challenged to present a 7 minute, short speech on a painting of their choice from the Recent Past exhibition at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery. Website | More Information
Dr Darren Jorgensen, writer, researcher and Assist. Prof., Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts, UWA, Dr Ric Spencer, artist, writer and curator at Fremantle Arts Centre, Dr Tony Hughes-d'Ath, writer, cultural historian and Assoc. Prof., English and Cultural Studies, UWA, and Thomas Hoareau, prize-winning Western Australian artist, will form a panel of four speakers. Their challenge is to deliver an engaging, informative talk of only seven minutes on a painting of their choice from the current exhibition Recent Past: Australian painting of the 70s and 80s, followed by questions from the audience. Strictly timed, the speeches will challenge the presenters to encapsulate the essence of their ideas in a considered, direct and engaging way.

17:00 - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - Performance Practice Values in the Twentieth Century Early Music Movement: Initial Findings Website | More Information
Eva-Marie Middleton, PhD candidate, School of Music, UWA presents an exciting and innovative research project involving multi-methods including the evaluation of recordings made in the last 80 years.

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